CANVAS 2017

From the moment you see Canvas, you know you’re in for an experience that defies expectation. What once was an old crane repair station, and then an art gallery, is now a celebration of history, industry and art.

Modern lines. Douglas fir ceilings. Open floor plan.

The first work of art at Canvas is the building itself. The building dates to the mid-’50s, when it served as an old crane repair workshop and warehouse, known as, Western Bridge. Through the rest of the century the warehouse served a range of industrial businesses. At the beginning of the 21st century the building was renovated to serve as the site of a contemporary art space which named itself after the building’s original tenant.

“Our team wanted to feature a twist on the geometrical trend by using hexagons which highlight Canvas’ modern aspects. Using materials like wood, copper and gold warm up the black and white color pallet and allow the blooms & greens to be showcased!”
– Megan Clark

VENDORS

Caterer

Ravishing Radish

Photographer

Katie Parra

Stationer

Dahlia Press

Florist

bash & bloom

Transportation

British Motor Coach

Dessert

The SweetSide

Music & Lighting

Kryspin Music

Photo Booth

The Snap Bar

Jewelry

Sholdt

Attire

BHLDN

Hair & Makeup

Yessie Libby

Rentals / Furniture

Pedersen’s

Coat Check

Yo Check It

THE RESULTS

SPONSORS 2017

Transportation

Bulter Transportation
 

Rentals

CORT Party Rental
 

Photography

Laurel McConnell
 

Branding & Website

Mood Interactive
 

Rentals

Vintage Ambiance
 

Draping

Prop Gallery
 

Registration

Safeco Field
 

Media

Seattle Bride Magazine
 

Banking & Printing

US Bank
 

Social Media

Cheyenne Gillooly
 

Day of Videography

Best Made Videos
 

Registration Staffing

Prive Events
 

Resource Guide

Banquet & Events
 

Day of Photography

Van Wyhe Photography